You choose the career,
together we chart the path.

Employment Opportunities

GED to Careers Lead Coordinator

This position reports directly to the Director of Workforce and Industry Partnerships and is responsible for the creative coordination of all aspects of the GED to Careers WIOA Youth Program. This individual will directly supervise a team that includes Instructors, a Case Manager, and a data specialist. Primary responsibility includes program recruitment, enrollment and retention, data entry and providing academic advising and transition coaching services to all 53 participants per program year. The Program Coordinator is also pivotal in creating holistic programming that impacts the needs of individual participants and manages the career development process for participants by inviting career speakers and researching and implementing internships opportunities. Case management experience is a strong requirement for this position.

  • A Master’s degree in Education or Social Work is required or a Bachelor’s degree with 5+ years of program management experience with Out of School or Opportunity youth and young adults. 
  • Must have experience in trauma-informed practices 
  • 3 years of program management experience is required
  • 5 years working with youth who experience poverty 
  • Track record of developing innovative programming for youth 
  • Prior case management experience strongly required.
  • Excellent documentation, organization and administrative experience required
  • Excellent documentation, organizational and computer skills including excel are required. Supervisory experience preferred. 

To download a complete job description, please click here

Please submit resume and cover letter to Juliet Fink Yates at

The Training Fund is an equal opportunity employer, and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. All applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status, or any other non-merit criteria.